Synonyms of scene in English:

scene


See definition of scene

noun

1‘others were treated at the scene of the accident for cuts and bruises’

SYNONYMS

location, site, place, position, point, spot

locale, whereabouts

arena, stage, set

technical locus

2‘tapestries and shields adorned the wall, setting the scene for the conference’

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background, setting, context, milieu, backdrop

mise en scène

3‘there had been terrible scenes of violence in Europe’

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incident, event, episode, happening, moment

4‘an impressive mountain scene’

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view, vista, outlook, panorama, prospect, sight

landscape, scenery

picture, tableau, spectacle

5‘she made an embarrassing scene outside the bank’

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fuss, exhibition of oneself, performance, tantrum, outburst, commotion, disturbance, row, upset, contretemps, furore, brouhaha

informal song and dance, to-do

British informal carry-on

6‘Michael never joined in—I don't think it was his scene’

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area of interest, field of interest, field, interest, speciality, territory, province, preserve

sphere, world, milieu, realm, domain

informal thing

7‘the last scene of the play’

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subdivision, division, section, segment

8‘a scene from a Laurel and Hardy film’

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section, segment, part, clip, sequence


Phrases

    behind the scenes

      1‘informal discussions continued behind the scenes’

      SYNONYMS

      secretly, in secret, privately, in private, behind closed doors, clandestinely, surreptitiously

      confidentially, off the record

      informal

      on the quiet, on the q.t.

      ANTONYMS

      publicly

      2‘behind-the-scenes diplomatic activity’

      SYNONYMS

      secret, private, clandestine, surreptitious

      confidential

      ANTONYMS

      public